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Expat Community: Concentrated mainly in Lima, with a growing number of expats attracted by Peru’s rich culture and lower cost of living.

Cost of Living: Low to moderate, depending on the area. Lima tends to be more expensive than smaller towns and rural areas.

Quality of Life: Offers a good balance with access to natural wonders and historical sites. Healthcare in Lima is good but can be lacking in remote areas.

Ease of Settling In: Knowledge of Spanish is crucial for daily interactions and integration. Peruvians are known for their
warmth and hospitality, which eases the transition.

Work Opportunities: Primarily in education, tourism, and the service industry. The economic climate is generally favorable for starting small businesses, particularly in tourism and export-related sectors.